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Custom Dentures Huntersville NC

Custom Dentures

​Dentures are aesthetic and practical solutions used to replace natural teeth that have been lost due to gum disease, tooth decay or injury.  Using artistry and skill, your dentist can consult with you to create a custom set of dentures and restore your beautiful smile.  There are three different types of dentures available, each with different benefits, and after consultation and evaluation, your dentist can determine which is right for you.

Partial Dentures
​Partial dentures have been used, for years, to replace groups of missing teeth, in either the upper or lower jaw.  Partial dentures have a portion which attaches to abutting teeth and another gum-colored portion which attaches to existing gums.  The prosthetic teeth attached to this anchor mechanism provide a beautiful bridge, which blends, seamlessly, with the existing teeth and creates a complete, natural smile.

Full Dentures
Full dentures are functionally similar to partial dentures, in that they replace lost teeth.  In a full denture application, however, rather than providing a partial replacement system, the dentures provide a total replacement system for the entire span of upper or lower teeth, or both. These dentures adhere directly to the gum line with the aid of a bonding agent.

Over Dentures
Over Dentures are aesthetically identical to full dentures, but provide a new alternative to the traditional dentures.  Over Dentures combine the best full dentures with implant technology to anchor the dentures to the underlying bone.  By creating implanted attachments on which the denture rests, a more stable and long-lasting solution is created.